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FOX Business
Feb 3, 2013 12:00am EST
, of the players and the commissioners. >> we won steroids out of sports. period. >> lance armstrong is despicable slug not because he injected drugs or did doping to improve performance, i don't care but i hate lance armstrong because he cheated and a threat and people if they told the truth. he is a liar and ee but the drugs? so what. i don't care why aid they are not legal my opinion is minorities. >> should the government investigate steroids? >> yes. >> everyone should be drug tested. >> it is harmful. >> the government has to take a stand to show there is no cheating in anything. john: for the future of our nation government must take a stand? nick gillespie agrees but if the athlete dopes he is cheating. >> he is a liar and a lovely but it is categorically wrong to focus on performance-enhancing drugs the only way to gain the unfair competitive edge over colleagues. and '50s and '60s there innovative trading regimes that was kept secret. is that unfair? using technology, a longtime critic bicycle rider the first to win the tour day france, he beat the french champion by using technologicall
NBC
Feb 5, 2013 12:35am PST
cycling athlete lance armstrong. if he can get seven hot dogs through in 20 seconds, he's got five points. jimmy! >> jimmy: all right, thank you. thank you, pal. all right. as you can see -- [ light laughter ] it's lance armstrong. yeah. here's a bunch of wieners right here. [ laughter ] all you have to do is grab your wieners and throw seven through the hole in 20 seconds. >> oh, no problem. >> jimmy: think you can get your wiener into lance armstrong's mouth? [ laughter ] think you can do it? >> kind of hoping not, but -- >> jimmy: yeah, you can do it. [ laughter ] get yourself set. $100 on the line. 20 seconds on the clock. please, audience, help him out. ready, set, toss those wieners! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: oh! [ cheers ] ♪ [ cheers ] ♪ [ cheers ] ♪ >> jimmy: oh, very nice! wow! that was fantastic! that was pretty good. good job! [ cheers and applause ] that was great. how many wieners did he get in lance armstrong's hole? >> five or six? >> jimmy: there you go, yeah. five. very good. ♪ sorry, you didn't get enough wieners. good try, my friend. take care. let's
FOX
Feb 7, 2013 5:00am PST
. >>> there are new legal options for lance armstrong. he is facing many charges and they believe he tried to cover up his drug use by threatening potential witnesses. now the sports insurance company that paid armstrong more than $10 million in bonuses now plans to file a lawsuit to recover its money. armstrong admitted using performance enhancing drugs during a television interview with oprah whimphrey. >>> the comedian cat williams finally faced a sacramento judge. he evaded police on a three wheel motorcycle in november. he is also accused of slapping a store employee. he claims he missed court because he was in southern california fighting for custody of his children. he will have another hearing at the end of the month. >>> time now 7:47 sal is back, how is highway 24 doing? >> well, it is getting busier and as you drive over to the tunnel there are no major problems but you can see it is getting busier. there are no problems on interstate 880 down to san ramon and a lot people make that drive and so far it's good. 880 to oakland that is getting more crowded but we have a theme, so far it is goo
ABC
Feb 6, 2013 4:00am EST
investigators are laying criminal charges against lance armstrong. he is being investigated for on jux of justice, witness intimidation. investigators are looking into whether he tried to maintain his secrets by threatening potential witnesses. he must come clean under oath. the u.s. anti-doping agents or he'll lose any chance to have his lifetime ban from competitive sports reduced. >>> the baltimore ravens are still partying. tens of thousands of fans lined city streets to cheer on their team as the city shut down for its celebratory parade. the stadium had more fans on the field and in the bleachers. >> ain't no party like a super bowl party. >>> some thunderstorms threatening the central gulf coast. also, it will be rainy in the pacific northwest. we'll have some fog and clouds that will keep temperatures cool in southern california. also, some showers in oklahoma city and kansas city. >> the temperatures in the northeast finally warm up to more seasonable readings. new york and boston will get close to 40. warmer-than-usual in the southeast, with atlanta in the mid-60s. 20s for fa
FOX
Feb 6, 2013 7:00am PST
women were raped and why one woman was spared. >>> more trouble for lance armstrong. the latest criminal investigation involving the disgraced former cycling champion. >>> except for some patchy low clouds, it's clear. a little bit chilly out there. it will get colder. it will be sunny and nice. highs in the 50s. believe it or not we'll be talking about rain tomorrow. >>> police in mexico now say there is enough evidence to track down the suspects who raped six tourists in acapulco. early monday morning, police say five masked men forced their way into a home being rented by six spanish men, six spanish women and one mexican woman. police say the men were tied up with cell phone cables and the six spanish women were raped. the mexican woman says the men spared her because she is mexican. >>> according to the "new york times" the cia uses a remote base in saudi arabia to conduct strikes against al qaeda militants in yemen. this is considered politically sensitive. al qaeda and other militants group have used saudi arabia's close working relationship with the u.s. to criticize saudi leader
FOX News
Feb 6, 2013 6:00am EST
and broke her leg. lance armstrong is under criminal investigation by the fed. the report comes hours after the u.s. attorneys said they would not reopen the case against him following his confession. however, the feds are investigating armstrong for obstruction of justice, witness tampering, intimidation for covering the scandal. this kid may have a future in the nba. he's 2 and he's good, making trick shot after trick shot. i nickname him lebron ii. throwing the ball around his house, he does not have the hand skills, dribbling skills, but does he have the range. this kid is unbelievable. in terms of doing this in a onesy. have you tried this? knowing you could easily snap a snap. >>gretchen: and a diaper. very cute. i love -- look, he has a pacifier. with a pacifier in his mouth, on his back, on the trampoline. >>gretchen: very good. he's going to get the biggest stuffed animal at the state fair. >>steve: he will get a full ride at the university of kentucky. speaking of babies, is the governor being a baby? governor perry of the great state of texas, and governor jerry brown, also known
CNN
Feb 2, 2013 11:00am PST
is guilty until proven innocent. after the baseball scandal for the '90s, after lance armstrong. you know, it's really difficult to believe an athlete no matter how popular he or she may be whether he they tell you they did not engage in performance-enhancing drugs. and when you've got deer antler spray that nobody's heard of, it is becomes skeptical. >> thank you very much. have a great time down in new orleans. >> thanks. talk to you later. >> see you. >>> do you want to know how to eat healthy at the super bowl or at the super bowl party. >> do you need a preview of some of the best commercials this year? if so, cnn.com has it covered for you. jarrett bellini explains. >> i know there's nothing more exciting than a guy sitting at his desk pointing at things on a monitor but bear with me and i'm going to show you great content we have@cnn.com/super bowl. first of all, a great story about healthy foods you can eat at a super bowl party which mind you, is a terrible idea because the super bowl is all about calories, about chicken wings and pizza and other horrible things you can put in yo
ABC
Feb 6, 2013 1:40am PST
tells abc news that investigators are looking into criminal larges against lance armstrong. today is his last chance to come clean to investigators. armstrong is being investigated for obstruction of justice, witness tampering and intimidation. he confessed to lying and using performance enhancing drugs throughout his career. that all happened in that famous interview with oprah. armstrong is serving a lifetime ban from competitive sports. >>> it looks like there were concerns about the power in the superdome months before it went out. the associated press obtained documents that show officials worried about an outage. they even spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on upgrades to power lines that were decayed, but that wasn't enough, as we all saw on sunday night. investigators still haven't pin pointed the exact cause of the outage. we do know it was not beyonce's hairdryer. >> that weave is not going to dry itself. >>> a sad scene in san francisco. 49ers players cleaned out their lockers yesterday and marked the official end of the season for the team. the players signed autographs a
CNBC
Feb 7, 2013 6:00am EST
has represented lance armstrong to enron's andrew fastow. >> back to the big developments from the aviation sector this morning. boeing's plan to fix the 787 battery problems and a merger to create the world's largest airline. phil lebeau has details on both stories. which one would you like to start with. >> let's start with the american/usair because i think a lot of people are going to look at this and say, what? we've been hearing about this for some time. when is it finally going to be finished. i talked to one person this morning familiar with what's going on, involved in the discussions between american and usair, and they tell me that they are close to having this thing wrapped up. but close means it could happen in the next week to two weeks. there've been some reports out of dallas that we'll have an announcement early next week. i've been told that might be a bit optimistic. i think we're still probably at least another week out. this still needs to be approved by the amr board because this would happen as they exit bankruptcy, they have not finalized all of the deta
CNBC
Feb 7, 2013 9:00am EST
, represented lance armstrong and enron's former cfo, andrew fastow. more on the ongoing controversy, bring in jewels croel, founder of croel bond ratings and croel inc., as well. jewels, first of all, you have launched a bond rating agency. i would assume you saw market opportunity, given what many of us anticipated would be significant pressure on moody's and s & p, the two dominant firms. how has it been to gain currency in this market with the various issuers and the like since you started the business? >> we felt very welcomed. we just finished our first full year of ratings. we ended up in third place in the league tables and cmbs, commercial backed mortgage securities. the investors have really been the key to that. looking for better quality and legitimate research with no double entran dra. >> assume you are excited, i don't know if that is the right word, tough see opportunity as a result of the pressure s & p is going to be under. >> very clear from this lawsuit that they are going to have years of difficulty defending what is really unconscionable behavior, those of must the fie
CNBC
Feb 4, 2013 6:00am EST
't see the game. >> is that like -- not like a lance armstrong? >> no, no. it's all-natural. you know, just straight endorphins. i'm a little soft in the middle these days, so listen. early on it looked like an absolute rout. joe flacco threw three first half touchdowns. he ended up the game mvp. there's a money angle because he's a free agent. he's probably going to get like a $1 mund million deal next year. after kickoff return to start the second half it was 28-6. and then, some people said the lights were out. and the lights literally went out. the blackout stopped the game for 34 minutes. as for exactly what happened. we don't know the full story as of yet. but it seems the utility company is not to blame, along with superdome management company sng. this is their statement. a piece of equipment that is designed to monitor electrical load sensed an abnormality in the system. once the issue was detected the sensing equipment operated as designed and opened a breaker, causing power to be partially cut to the superdome in order to isolate the issue, end quote. when the lights came o
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